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KVENINU BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. TUK3DAY, JAN. 1. 1907.
Published Every bay Except Sunday,
at 120 Kin Street, Honolulu,
T. 1L, by the
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Territory of Hawaii, )
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at the circulation, for the week ending
Krlday, .Uocombor 28, 190C, of the
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Monday, Dec. 24 ,.2370
Tuesday, Dec. 25 Christmas
Wednesday, Dec. 26 23S7
Thursday, Dec. 27 238
Friday, .Dec. 28 ...... , 2356
Average dally circulation 241B
Clrculatlen of Weekly Bulletin.
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(8EAL1 December, Anna Domini
P. H. BURNETTE,
Notarr Public, First Judicial Circuit
JAN. 1, 1907.
Hnpiiy New Year.
Coming In with u record electrical
'storm the new car should be marked
, by plenty of chaln-llghtnlng action.
Anthony Comstnck does some good
1 things and others that warrant his be
ing caged along with the. rest of tin
They have fixed things so that the
t Honorable .Mr. Schmltz must dance on
the hot skillet Just as they have "pre
. pared It for his particular benefit
immediately more millions nre given
Chicago University by Rockefeller, the
peoplu begin to look around for the
source of John D.'s extrn dividend.
It, Is ulvvnvs iiosslble to find some
Judge ready to declare unconstitution
al any law passed for the benefit of t,lio
lwople and opposed to elfish Interests.
It seems that every time anyone
Josht'B Dam Patterson about going to
' California he gets an Idta that nuggos
tlons of bribery are being placed be
May good luck and good nature bo
. the lot of every Ilitlletln reader during
A (he now year and prosperity come
without n sacrltko of common honesty
If there Is anything radically wrong
fin the Territorial luifd policy, bring It
-to a. show down. There is nothing
f gained for general welfare by block
r ttdes und sparring for time.
Thu Japanese Diet nnd the United
' States Congress are In session, each
'with a magnificent opportunity to dm-
play the relative national ability to
' exercisa common sense und self-con-Iftrol.
Pensions for thu public school teach-
r.-ers should appeal to, the wise men of
.tne legislature. Even uie cconomiz-
em will have no cause for complaint
1 for the burden does not fall heavily on
Headers of mainland magazines and
weeklies cannot fall to note that while
agitations are going on that will In
jure our trade with the, Orient, promot
ers are dwelling on the gieat oppoi
(unities for trade with South America.
-Portuguese Immigrants And the pub
lic Bchools crowded. Do these howl
ers for American farmer immigration
realize how vltul to his plans Is thu
Americans Interest In the public
srhool accommodation for Ills chil
dren? Dentu of a railway piesldent In n
wreck on his own roud nnd slaughter
of fifty-three railway passengers close
to the National capital ought to be ot
some value In arousing the national
legislators to the necessity of law that
will protect the patrons of Americun
Guggenheim, named for United
States Senator from Colorado, belongs
to a powerful financial family which
recently gained fame , by reimbursing
tho losses suffeicd by persons assoclat
ed with them In a business transaction.
i.Bules'of the street nor the laws of the
Stnto required this nctton by the
wealthy Guggenhclms. May It also bo
true that the action was Inspired by a
purely disinterested motive.
WHAT OP THE NEW YEAR?
The twelve months of 1907 offers
more of promise to Hawaii because
the year just closed has been ,me In
which the people have been especlnl
ly fnvoted by a kindly Providence nnd
lliero ImH been no hcsllntlim In gritbp
Int? oppoitimlly uiid making the most
To en.ua! Hip lecord of the year
gone Is nut siUlleh lit Thai means to
Maud Btill. Thero Is no rest for the
ambitious person or the group of ng
fcreslsvo ones who love to work
and do not nvold problems becauso of
Iho hardships or Increased worry in
One of the best evidences of Ha
waii's growth Is the steady rele
gation to the bnckgioiiml of tbo man
or men whoso text Is "What's tho
lisy." There Is an over-Increasing do
termination tu do or die, n refusnt to
accept defeat or follow lines of en
denvur made to appear attractive bo-
cause, they seem thu easiest way out.
Every day brings Its now duties,
many of them unexpected. In dwell
lug on the prospect for the conllng
jeur there Is not n llttlo nlrcndy
mapped out for the men whose great
est happiness is In the glory of Doing.
Hawaii, for one thing, is In the
midst of n revolutionary crlod as rc'
gnrds Its chief industry. Thu strnair
of the hour Is to evolve a change with
out Buttering the destruction nnd wide
spread disaster a radical overthrow
wltl certainly bring about.
Wo hnvo In our ranks iiersous who
are taking up thu cry of Industrial re
lorm for no other reason than their
belief that It appeals to the favor of
Federal otnclnls prompted by the
highest motives but acting under n
misconception of tho situation. These
Individuals would not hesltato to wreck
worthy and established enterprise it
in the course of events they succeed
ed In gaining official fav'or or temiKir
ary iiersonnl advantage. The inter
csts of' the Territory and therefore o
thu Nation are best served by a Btendy
movement toward tho desired end as
against a iollcy of petty politics nnd
ruin. The Issue Is a broad ono anil in
volvcB disposal of land, promotion of
Immigration and management of ei
tntcs In which the present prosierlty
of tho Territory Is centered.
The New Year also brings a session
of the Legislature 'which will he the
occasion for an' exhibition of tho w is-
dom, intelligence and civic pride
among tho men elected to represent
the people. Not the least important
will be tho Influences with which the
citizens interested surround these leg
Islators, and the personnl . attention
each citizen gives the legislative work
whilo It is going on.
Thero is more tu be done this year;
thero is more at stake. It is a year
in which the program laid down on tho
HERTOCHE.... General Managei
iH t,tmtTmm .
McCully Street $20.
Beretanla Street , $40.
Aloha Lane $18.
King 8treet '. $35.
Nuuanu Street $50.
Cor. Pensacola and Klnau $40.
Nuuanu Street $30.
Matlock Avenue $30.
Klnau Street $20.
Matlock Avenue , $25.
A two-bedroom house, stable, etc.;
on a lot 200 x 300, eight minutes' walk
from car line.
For one week from Jan, 1, 1907, we
will accept $2500. for above property,
Hinr) Waterhobsi Trust Co,, Ltd.,
Corner Fort an1) Merchant Sis,
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'iM.MW' MY Tr.W r t. A
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opening day puts before each citizen
a wealth of opportunity which should
urge him out of tho littleness of self
Into the broad field of watchful Inter
est in thu public good,
Each step forward gives ncwjlu creating a great colonial empire!
strength. Let tho watchword of our
New Year bo " Forward." ThN It
must bo remembered Is tho only lextj
worth while, I'eoplo nover have n
particular Interest In nu individual 01
coniintiullj that tests supine nnd
liopos' to gain favor by constantly re
counting what has been done. Pre?
cut action and preparation for an og
gresslve future Is what counts.
GERMANY'S, EXPANSION POL10Y.
Brief dispatches announcing tho dis
solution of thu aermnn Itelchstag by
thu Kaiser signalized a crisis In tho
affairs of tho German omplro rather
unexpected to those who havo looked
upon the country as one of thu nations
wedded to the jiollcy of expansion and
Detailed accounts of tho sttuntiou
by thu correspondents of mainland pa-
lurs show that tho Issue now before
tho German peoplo Is what In our
country would bo Imperialism vs. An
tl-lnipcrlullsin. Refusal of thu Itelch
stag to pass an appropriation of 20,-
000,000. marks for thu Southwest Af il
eal! campaign was nothing more than
nu item which became the carrier ot
the grave differences behind tho nc-!1'0
tion. It Is believed that thu Kaiser
was puisonully responsible for tho dis
solution of tho Itelchstag, tho act be
ing the result of his nnnoyanco at tho
$2250 WILL BUY A HOME.
938 FORT ST.
Tho the past month's
selling has be:n the heav
iest In our experience, our
stocks are such that we
are prepared to serve your
wants In the Dry Goods
line Just at well at. be
Our advance purchaoet
for Spring Delivery will
begin to arrive about.Jan
uary 1st, and we hope
this year to be several
weeks In advance of the
usual time for Spring
refusal of thu German people to follow
his schemes of broader empire.
The real question Is, Are the people
willing to follow In the steps of Eng
land und the United States and France
At tho present time u majority of the
people uro ugulnsl such n policy,
Fears are beginning to bo entertain
ed that tlm governing circles will got
up some foreign scare with tho object
of making the voters more amenable
to tho serious Issues before the elect
oft. It Is not likely that the new Reich
stag will shovv'n majority for the Gov
ernment.1' ilw Centre"'party Is mag
iilflcoiitl)'1 orgaiilkd.,uud''-1t'wlll comb
bacK with unimpaired strength.
Judglmby the HerV-Uebel's utter
unfecs thu Socialist-' leaders expect to
gain twenty mofo seats, making a to
tal of 119. Tho'ltadlcals n'ru working
mightily to improve their po31tlon,"a3
are also thu National Liberals.
Tho aovernineiit Is ' lying1 lew ' bnt
whul their buUlorry will be Is uncer
lulu'. It probably will be tho old shib
boleth, "Willi God for thu Emperor
and the Empire," Germnns, howover
are said to be growing sick of this
phrase, which for seventeen years has
meant practically absolutism.
Already thero are heated discussions
as to what will happen should u mu
Jorlty bu leturuud hostlto'to the leat
her's policy, a result now claimed to
It appears that
thuro will bo only one panacea, name
ly, again dissolve tho Itelchstag, und
then by coup d'etat abolish manhood
EUffragu with tho object of ci eating a
Class ot voters more In love with a
spirited foreign policy. What thu
clear-tliluking heads tear Is tho aboli
tion ot manhood suffrage. It would
spell revolution, u general strike, bar
ricades; but this will not bo realized
It Is apparent that thu German na
tion has no small task of a domestic
uutiiio on Its hands for tho new your.
IF YOU ARE LOOKINQ
' ''SOMETHING STYLISH
WE WOULD LIKE TO
' SHOW YOU A NEW
We have 'many new Ideaa
In BRACELETS this year
'"' and AT fLL PRICES.
J. M. Davis
SEWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER,
1286 FORT ST. ntar BERETAN1A,
8evvlng macfilnet fo sale. ,
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I ul, mnin in. , ,
TO' BE CARED FOR
ACT PROPOSED TO PROVIDE
FUND FO R8UPPORT OF
THOSE OLD IN THE
After the )ear 1900 teachers who
have Mpent their Uvea, or tho greater
part of them In tcnchfiig In tho public
schools of Hawaii will bo able to re
tire on pensions, If tho plans of thu
Hoard of Education nre carried Into ef
feet. A bill will be Introduced Into the
Legislature nt thu coming session pro
viding for the starting of n fund for
The-proposed act will mako Superin
tendent of Public Instruction Dnbhltt
rhilrmnn of a board nf tmslccti com
posed of the Commissioners of Educa
tion. The Territorial Treasurer will
ho treasurer of the fund; thu warrants
will be drawn by the Territorial Aud
itor nnd the Altdrncy General will act
ns lesul adviser of the Hoard.
The nucleus of thu fund Is, as pro
posed, to be 2!i per cent of tbo school
tuxes, which will produce about $2.00.
To thin are to b" mlded Interest hear
Ing deosltp, und it Is hoped that leg
acies und donations will helii1 to swell
the fund. Tho hitler will not become
available until 1910.
Teachers who have taught for 'M
years, nnd nt least 2.', In tho public
schools of Hawaii may voluntarily ic-
tlro uml become nt once eligible for n
pension. Teachers whose age uiifllii
(Item for continuing their work, und
who have taught 2S J ears, at least 'M
of which has been In the public schools
of the Territory, may bo retired by the
Hoard und placed on the pension list,
No pension chnll exceed C00 per an
num. Thoto teachers who wish to bcconi"
cllrlblo for pensions. It Is proposed,
shall cuntilbiite a small amount of
their salaries to the fund. Should they
leave bcfoin they are ipinllfled (u be
come pensioners, they will be allowed
to draw out iiO per cent o! what they
havo paid In.
Tho matter wns taken up and dis
cussed at the meeting of the Hoard of
Education yesterday afternoon. It is
In accordance with tho custom ot many
other placcn, where teachers who huve
become old In the pursuit of their call
Ing nrn enabled In retire nfter having
taught a certain number of years, nnd
still he assured of a competence su in
dent for them to live uixm. "
10LLV CHINJSE PARIV
A most enjoyable party was given
last night at the residence of Miss Ger
trude Whitcman, by Miss Kau In hon
or of Miss Alolau of Kapaa, Kauai,
who is visiting hero.
Everything was on tho Oriental or
der, even to thu attire of those at
tending. About forty of tho best
known young Chinese In tho city were
present. Queues adorned the heads of
tho young men und tho heads and
hair of the young ladles were decked
out In the ornaments of their mother
Ukiii entering, each guest was
served with tea In regulation fashion,
and chatted In Chinese.
After sumo little time spent time
they, all turned Into good Americans
mid enjoyed tho many games brought
forward. Ice cream and cake were In
dulged in to the hearts' content. -
Albert Chuck and J. Zano entertain
ed In the capacity of comedians.
A short whilo before the old year
died a burlesquo of "Romeo and Ju
liet" was put on In a very charming
manner. College songs and "Aloha
Oo" gicetod the Now Year.
From n standpoint of richness ol
garments, Miss 1'loronco Ho and
Charles Ah l'ook carried orr the lion
MOD BYE TO DID
Thu good-bye to tho Old yonr unJ
the hullo to tho now ouo was duly ob
Dcrvud In and about tho city last night
It was a howling good-bye to a howl
ing good yuar, and thero Is not a man,
woman or child within the bounds ol
those. Islands that does not feel bono
filed In some way by the past twelve
months. Their approvul was certain
ty expressed lu tho many gay gather
ings Inst evening.
At tho Hawaiian Hotel music ami
dancing held the hour. Thu Mouua
gave Its usual New Yei'n's dunce and
thu attraction wns so great that a
largo crowd gathered there regardless
of the bud weather, and twinkling feet
utid Jolly music drowned the angry
lashings uf tho waves on thu near-by
Progress Hall was taken possession
or by tho St. Louis Alumni Assocla
tiou and a most glorious time was
At midnight the whistles in and
about the city gave vent to their share
of tho noise and accompanied by) the
Btcam whlstleirof thu harbor thorough
ly made' good the Now Year's welcome,
There wns a trlflo more unstoudl'
ness of foot than usual on such occ;
slons, but then it only comes once
WEUOME TO M
Thed, Nezvous Motheis
Make Unhappy Homes Their Condition Irritates
Both Husband and Children-How Thousands
of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous
Prostration and Made Strong and Well.
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I JMrs. Wester C'urnylMrs.Chas.'RBt'own
A nervous, irritable mother, often on
the verge ot hysterics, Is unlit to caro
for children; It ruins n. child's disposi
tion and reacts upon herself. The
trouble between children anil their
mothers too often Is due 'to the fact
that the mother bun somu female weak
ness, and she Is entirely, unlit to bear
the strain upon her nerves that govern
ing children Involves! Ills Impossible
for her to do anything calmly.
The Ills of women uct like a firebrand
upon the nerves, consequently nine
tenths ot the nervous prostration, ner
vous despondency, " the blues." sleep
lessness, und nervous Irritability ot
women arise from some derangement
or tnu (emaie organism.
Do you experience llts nf depression
with restlessness, , alternating with
extreme Irritability? Are your spirits
easily uffected, so that ono minute you
laugh, and the next minute you feel
Do you feel something like a ball ris
ing In your throat nnd threatening to
choko you i all the senses perverted,
morbidly sensitive to light and raiuud :
pain in the abdominal region, and
between the shoulders; bcarlng-down
pains; ncrvobs dyspepsia nnd almost
continually cross and snappy?
If so, your nerves ure In a shattered
condition, nnd you are threatened vv 1th
Proof Is monumental that nothing in
tho world U better for nervous prostra
tion than Lydla B. 1'lnUbam's Vege
table Compound: thousands nnd thou
sands of women can testify to this fact,
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LADIES AND CHILDREN
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year, mid the police wotu vory watch
ful nnd gathered In the worst of tho
P SMK DEAL
It Is repotted that by an oxchange
In investment by a local estate In U.
It. A; L.'Co. bonds for Wnlulun bonds,
a tninnurlion Involving $13ti,000 Is
pending'. Manila worth $8,000 held by
another party will also lio passed . Sev
eral of tho banks will also, take part
Ouo parly will tako J73.000 Walalua
5 per cents, at 99, while another takes
M2.000 O. II. & L. Co. C per cents, nt
j .j .
Actor- John Drew Is not going tn
make hU Oriental trip. A cablegram
from Sir. rJrmv to Mr, Holllday of the
Kollh circuit, who arrived on thu
Mongolia lust trip, informs him that
thu sea voyage has been abandoned,
Mrs. Chester Curry, Lender of the
Ladles' Symphony Orchestra, 42 Sara
toga Street, East Host on, Muss.,
Dear Mrs. l'lnVlmm:
" For eight ye srs I was troubled with
tremu nenutineMand hysteria, brought nu
by Irregularities. I could nt-itlitr enjoy 1IU
nomleep nlKbUf I Wo very lirltalile; ntrvoue
" Lydla K. Pinklum's Vegetable Compound
was recomincndnl and proved to tw the only
remedy 'tbnt belied 1neit,I have . dally Im
proved hi halth until 1 nm now strong uj
well, and all nrvoui.nei ha dlMrjienmt."
Mrs. Charles K. Ilrovvn, Vlcc-1'resl-dent
ot the Mothers' Club, SI Cedar
Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark,, writes:
Dear Mrs. l'lnkliam:
" I drugged through nine years of miser
able eiUtiiuv. urn out with pa 111 and ni-r-vousnex,
until itnvmed' itatlHiuifb t should
fly. I then noticed a itateitftnt of u woiimii
troublnl as I wns, nml the wonderful reults
tbo derived from Lydla K. I'lnkhani's Vege
table Compound. I decided to try It I did no,
and nt the end ot three inoutlui I w an a iliffer
ent womnn. My nersounmss wns all gone, I
was no longer Irritable, and my husband fell
In love with nm all over ngnln."
Women should remember that Lydla
E. l'lnkhnm'a Vegetable Compound Is
tho medicine that holds the record for
tho'grcatcat number of. actual cures of
female Ills, nnd take no substitute."
Free Advice to Women.
Mrs. IMiikham, daugliter-ln-lavr of
Lvdlu E. t'lnkhain.'Lytin, Mass.; Invitee
all sick women to wrlto to her for
advice. Mrs, l'lnkhaiu'tivustexperlence
with female troubles enables her to ad
vise you wisely, and Mio will charge
you Homing lor neruuvicc.
sa'III bu on
Friday, Jan. 4
AT THIS TIME WE" WILL'ACL'OW
ONLY TO ENTER THE BUILDING.
URKISH DATHSI i
The First of the Year.
merchants and all others will want
DLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PApS,"
INK3TANDS, PENS, PENCIL8, to fit
up your office. We havo Just received
a larg shipment of .OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we are cioslnn out our STOCK
CABINET8 tame wlll.be told at cost.
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if-"For'Rnt"-'carda'on tale, at
tho Bulletin, office.
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